Doc & Lena Selyanina - Noble, Sentimental & Ambient Waltzes [mt008]
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There's a certain cinematic and dramatic feel already in the music itself, and this sense of drama is accented by subtle lines, sighs and sounds originating from noble and ambient movies by Wim Wenders, Ingmar Bergman, Krzysztof Kieslowski and Andrei Tarkovsky.
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|I used to talk to you all the time (even though I was alone)|
|That fine line from your ear to your chin (is not so obvious anymore)|
|And if I have no love (I will be nothing)|
|As soon as I close my eyes (I can't recall what my face is like)|
|On a cold Tuesday morning, April 1823|
- 2006-03-21 12:57:43
- Noble, Sentimental & Ambient Waltzes
- Doc, Lena Selyanina
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Subject: Evocative Sounds - Noble, Sentimental, & Ambient
The title of this release ÃÂNoble, Sentimental & Ambient Waltzes ÃÂ is the best prÃÂ©cis of its sounds: Noble - gracious ; Sentimental - emotional ; and Ambient - encompassing. The layers of gracious piano playing, sentimental orchestral movements, floating voices - moans, and teasing contrasts of light and dark sounds encompass the listener. Each track is a mischievous blend of both melodious, happy moments and dissonant, dark episodes. The track titles themselves are evocative of the overall atmosphere of this release. Suggested listening - at a minimum give track #2 [ÃÂThat fine line from your ear to your chin (is not so obvious anymore)ÃÂ] a listen as truly captures the essence of what youÃÂll find here - youÃÂll then be hooked with no chance of escape.
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